Foden's and the James Morrison Quartet

Posted by Mark Wilkinson on 12 March 2018

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Foden's are pleased to announce they will appear in concert at the RNCM on Sunday 15th July with the fantastic James Morrison Quartet.

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Speaking about the forthcoming event Mark Wilkinson commented 'We are extremely pleased that we have been able to secure the services of one of the World's leading and in demand jazz ensembles that was initially formed in 2015. In that short time, the group has taken the international music scene by storm appearing at major world festivals such as the BBC Proms at the Royal Albert Hall with jazz superstar Dianne Reeves and the BBC Concert Orchestra; the Prague Proms Festival at Smetna Hall with the Czech National Symphony Orchestra; the Festival of Jazz de Valencia at the Palau de la Musica in Spain; the National Arts Festival in South Africa; the Melbourne International Jazz Festival with Grammy Award winning diva Patti Austin and the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra and International Jazz Day with the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra at the Adelaide Festival Theatre and Grammy Award winning artist Gordon Goodwin

'The ensemble are in high demand across the World winning numerous awards / accolades as well as releasing two critically acclaimed albums in the last two years. “The Great American Songbook” recorded at Abbey Road in London with the BBC Concert Orchestra charted on both the Australian ARIA Pop and Jazz Charts and remained on the Jazz Charts for 11 weeks. The release was awarded Best Jazz Album at the 2017 ARIA Awards. In November 2017, the group featured on “Ella and Louis” released by ABC Jazz with Patti Austin and James Morrison.'

Tickets for this not to be missed concert are now available via https://www.rncm.ac.uk/performance/fodens-band-james-morrison-quartet/

Due to the expected demand people are advised to book early

Foden's band maintains a world class reputation for providing entertainment in the field of brass music with a tradition and unique style Mark Wilkinson